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Vegan Leek and Cauliflower Soup Recipe

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I made this soup the other day when I wanted something warm and hearty veggie meal.  I must say I never realised that what a good combination cauliflower and leek can be! With lots of garlic of course. It’s so delicious! Throw in a potato to make it a bit thicker and you can use up the entire vegetables because …

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Baking with the Kids: Christmas Tree Puff Pastry Bake

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I’ve been meaning to make this Instagram/Tik-Tok sensation for years! Feels like years since it’s been around and there’s always plenty of videos popping up nowadays, just before Christmas, how to make it. Just love the idea as it seemed so simple, yet it definitely has that WOW effect. Because it’s so easy to make, it’s a great bake to …

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Vegetable Stew in Slow Cooker Recipe – Win a VonShef Slow Cooker!

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Gifted item. I’ve worked with VonShef before testing this 1.5l slow cooker. I always found that VonHaus and VonShef products are of excellent quality, very functional yet they cost a lot less than other brands’ same product. Just like this slow cooker. First of all: I don’t know other kitchen brands that make a small version of their slow cookers. …

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5 Great Reasons to Learn How to Cook

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This is a collaborative post. Have you ever invested time or effort into your cooking skills? If not, it’s something that’s so worthwhile doing and will benefit you in numerous ways. Here are five great reasons to give it a go and learn how to cook. Save money It’s no secret that times are tough financially right now. Inflation is …

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Simple Vegan Jerk Tofu and Vegetables With Rice Recipe

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Sponsored post. Do you like jerk? I love really spicy food! Jerk is a style of cooking native to Jamaica and the Caribbean, in which meat is dry-rubbed or wet marinated with a hot spice mixture called Jamaican jerk spice. The key flavours are scotch bonnet peppers, allspice, and thyme. So it’s quite spicy. Whilst it’s originally used for meat, there are a lot of options to make …

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Butternut Squash, Tenderstem Broccoli and Pearl Barley Salad Recipe (Vegan)

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Gifted items. Autumn Salads! Ahh my favourites. Technically, they are not exactly salads in my view because when it’s practically a cooked dish and or smothered in mayo-like sauces, it isn’t a real salad for me. Nevertheless, let’s call it a salad! This Butternut Squash, Tenderstem Broccoli and Pearl Barley Salad can be a main dish, a side dish and …

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5 Benefits of Induction Cooking

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This is a collaborative post. Food has been a central part of every home and culture for time immemorial but cooking methods have changed a lot over time. These days, induction cooking is a state-of-the-art technology gaining popularity in many UK households, especially for those fitting new kitchens. The most common piece of this type of equipment is an induction …

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Best Vegan Macaroni Cheese with Broccoli and Peas

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Sponsored post. I love veganising good old family recipes. Like vegan spaghetti bolognese, spaghetti with vegan meatballs or chilli sin carne. They are all family favourites without meat and taste great.  There are a couple of things that I find hard to replace and one of them is definitely cheese. Whilst there are many vegan cheese alternatives available not all …

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Review: MasterClass Can-To-Pan Recycled Aluminium & Ceramic Non-Stick Frying Pan – Tested with Vegan Fried Rice

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Gifted product. Finding eco-friendly cook ware is still a bit of a challenge, so I found. There are some brands available on the market but they are a little too expensive. This is why I was really glad when I get in touch with Lifestyle Brands the distributor of MarsterClass cook ware products. They have kindly sent me a set …

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Ninja CREAMi Review – Vegan Sorbet Making

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Gifted item. I do love ice cream and even more sorbet because I prefer the fruity flavour and you don’t need dairy free alternative for cream. Having said that I also like everything chocolate, including chocolate ice cream. So do the kids. But luckily, sorbets can be also sold to them, which is definitely a healthier option, especially if low …